Yearly Archives: 2010



Goojje launches in China

A new search engine by the name of “Goojje” has been launched in china with a very¬†similar branding to that of Google. The syllable “jje” in word Goojje is¬†similar¬†to the Mandarin word for older sister (jiejie), thus dubbing the browser … Continue reading


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Google drops support for Internet Explorer 6

The search engine giant (amongst¬†other web-based¬†services) Google, is beginning to phase out support for Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 6 calling it a “cyber attack” on their servers. Google recommends that firms and individuals begin to upgrade to a more recent version … Continue reading


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Internet Explorer 6 phase out

Microsoft’s 2001 Internet Explorer 6 is being¬†criticized¬†for having security flaws and outdated technology says Dan Frydman’s¬†Downing Street petition which would also like the browser to be dropped from the UK government. Though the software is still used by many government … Continue reading


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The increase in modern-day exam cheating

Ofqual shows¬†figures¬†of a 6% raise in cheating in the A-level and GCSE’s 2009 exams in England, Wales and¬†Northern¬†Ireland with over 4,400 people being caught Mobile phones and other forms of technology are the main devices which are used for cheating; … Continue reading


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Nokia Ovi Maps (navigation software)

Nokia has launched a new navigation software that has reached over 1 million downloads within its first week Since its availability on January 21 2010, Ovi Maps has been downloaded over 1.4 million times. Ranging from 74 countries and 46 … Continue reading


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Teen Micro-blogging

A study conducted in the United States has shown that a percentage of younger teenagers from ages 12 to 17 are using more mobile forms of communication. The¬†survey¬†indicated that the teens in those age groups prefer short messages over social … Continue reading


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